[Arabidopsis] Modelling the Circadian Clock

Paul Brown pbrown at staffmail.ed.ac.uk
Fri Sep 23 08:35:32 EST 2005


Dear All

We wish to announce the release of the latest version of Circadian Modelling,
our software package for running published mathematical models of the circadian
clock.

The aim of our software is to tackle the difficulties involved in modifying and
repeating published simulations to suit a particular research interest. It is
aimed primarily at experimental biologists who wish to use modelling to rapidly
simulate their own chosen phenotypes and experimental protocols. The user can
specify model parameters, which are presented in a biologically relevant way,
including the specification of complex environmental cycles, and the automated
generation of mutant phenotypes. Virtually any experimental protocol can be
implemented with just a few clicks of the mouse. Results are presented in the
form of a Microsoft Excel workbook.

This release includes our recent model of the arabidopsis clock J. C. W. Locke,
M. M. Southern, L. Kozma-Bognar, V. Hibberd, P. E. Brown, M. S. Turner, A. J.
Millar (2005b). Extension of a genetic network model by iterative
experimentation and mathematical analysis. Molecular Systems Biology doi:
10.1038/msb4100018

To download Circadian Modelling, free of charge, go to our website
(http://www.amillar.org), and follow the 'Software' link.


best wishes


Paul Brown and Andrew Millar


Dr Paul Brown

Software Engineer

School of Biological Sciences
Daniel Rutherford Building
Kings Buildings
University of Edinburgh
EH9 3JH

and

Mathematics Institute
University of Warwick
Coventry
UK
CV4 7AL

Tel. +44(0) 2476 574831



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